There’s a concept in the fitness world that’s extremely popular and has helped many people achieve amazing fitness results. This concept is called progressive overload. And you can actually use this concept when it comes to pushing your mind and fueling your self-growth.
Let’s face it…we all procrastinate. It can be super easy to get off task, and to start working on something besides what we should be getting done. But, why is it that we procrastinate? And what can be done about it?
When people who aren’t millionaires think about people who are millionaires, they often think that there’s something special about them. They think they must have some sort of special gift that nobody else has. Surely not just anyone can become a millionaire, right? That’s the type of mindset we need to get rid of immediately because becoming a millionaire isn’t some sort of sorcery, and there’s honestly nothing that special about most millionaires out there.
Dreams aren’t accomplished all at one time. There isn’t one action or one big course of action that leads to the achievement of your big goals and lofty dreams. Instead, dreams are built one day at a time. If you can string together successful day after successful day, success is inevitable.
Do you want to run a successful business? Of course you do. I know how bad you want it because I was in the same position many of you are in with your businesses. I was struggling. I was hungry. I was failing. But I kept trying and trying and trying until I finally figured out something that worked for me. Looking back, it's obvious to me why it took me so long to find success. There's a simple process you can go through to help yourself start getting clear on all of this.
Are you doing work that GIVES you energy or takes energy AWAY? I spent too much time in my past doing work that was taking energy AWAY from me, and it almost killed my business. Here's how to structure your week in a way that allows you to work with more energy.
It can be easy to throw yourself so far into your work that it becomes counterproductive. You see all the entrepreneurs on social media telling you how hard you need to hustle if you ever want to succeed. You want to power through and push forward. But I need you to know that hustle, as people on social media portray it, is completely misunderstood.
There are some excellent entrepreneurs out there that are really good at what they do. Because of this, you may have the urge to copy those entrepreneurs to achieve your own success. Trust me, I get it. It’s tempting. However, it's the worst thing that you could do as an entrepreneur. Here's why.
What if I told you that there are certain traits and characteristics that nearly all of the most successful millionaires and entrepreneurs have? Would you be willing to adopt some of them? I sat down with our Lead Transformation Coach, Jeremy Bellotti, to discuss the patterns in behavior that he sees in all of the most successful people in the world.
Part of being a great entrepreneur, and a better person in general, is working on becoming the best version of yourself possible. To do this, you’ll want to make sure you're doing the right things to build healthy relationships, help others, believe in yourself and work hard.